|i need a second opinion
Nov 9, 2008
i need your second opinion regarding this Full Viral Hepatitis panel test result:
Anti-HBc-G 0.007 reactive
Anti-HBc-M 0.045 non reactive
HBeAg 0.092 non reactive
Anti-Hbe 0.004 reactive
Anti-HAV-M 0.241 non reactive
Anti-HAV-G <60 reactive
Anti-HCV 2.050 non reactive
please doc i need your advice, i'm getting mad i don't know what to do, is this getting serious? how long does it take to be cured or to treat the virus.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
You may have chronic hepatitis B but I cannot tell how active it is without further testing of your liver function tests and your HBV DNA. If your DNA is elevated you have active disease. If your HBV DNA is not detectable, then you have inactive disease. The positive e antibody is good news.
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